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RIMEDO Labs

Who we are?

RIMEDO Labs specializes in providing high quality consulting, implementation and R&D services in the field of modern wireless systems

We implement this through an individual and open approach to the client, constantly improving the team operationally and substantively, updating knowledge and a unique combination of science and business applications.

RIMEDO Labs is a spin-off from the Poznan University of Technology, Poland from the Institute of Radiocommunications.

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We take care about our Customer at each of the stages of providing the service – from the first contact, through a professionally prepared offer, during the project and after completion.

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Applied Research

As a spin-off from Poznan University of Technology we aim at translating the fundamental research onto applied science and commercialize the ideas coming from scientific background.

The areas of our specialization cover wireless systems (like LTE, 5G, 6G, IoT, Wi-Fi), spectrum sharing and management, radio resource management, AI for wireless systems and private mobile networks.

We offer our expertize as part of consortiums for EU and National funded projects (like Horizon 2020, Horizon Europe, NCBR, etc.). We can take part in those projects as leader, partner or subcontractor.

Why us?

Spin-off Character

Close cooperation with the Poznan University of Technology.

Access to specialized measurement and research tools. Experienced scientific and research staff.

Experience

Combining university and business knowledge.

Worked for equipment manufacturers, operators, national and international projects.

Expertize

Most of the staff have a minimum doctorate degree specializing in radiocommunications.

A non-standard and modern approach to the topic.

Knowledge Sharing

Experienced trainers and teachers.

As research is central to our work, we care about staying up to date with the newest technologies and share the knowledge internally and externally through articles, courses and workshops.

Setting Trends

Work with cutting edge wireless technologies.

Active participation of the team members in the national and global research projects in the radiocommunications area.

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Meet our founders

A unique blend of scientific and business experience in the field of radiocommunications.

Marcin Dryjanski

Marcin Dryjański, Ph.D.

Principal Consultant / CEO

Involved in 5G design since 2012. Senior IEEE Member.

Hanna Bogucka

Prof. Hanna Bogucka

Head of Cooperation / Board Member

Professor of technical sciences. Senior IEEE Member.

Adrian kliks

Adrian Kliks, Ph.D.

Chief Architect / Board Member

International projects manager. Senior IEEE Member.

Pawel Kryszkiewicz

Paweł Kryszkiewicz, Ph.D.

Technical Director

Cognitive Radio systems expert. Senior IEEE Member.

RIMEDO Labs.
The Remedy for Your Wireless Challenges.

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Open RAN (O-RAN) Webinar Collection

In the past couple of months, we delivered several webinars together with Intelefy University related to Open RAN. In this post, you can find the collection of them, in the particular order, where the first one serves as an overview and high-level discussion, whereas the next ones dig more and more into details of O-RAN, as specified by O-RAN ALLIANCE.
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xApp Implementation: O-RAN Traffic Steering Use Case

In this post, we focus on the implementation of a simple xApp tailored for the traffic steering use case. The goal of this xApp is to support the network providers to reassign the traffic from one gNB to the other in order to meet some predefined criteria. We will see some results of the great opportunity offered by Open RAN that the operator can easily install, modify or remove the xApp when needed.
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CI/CD in O-RAN design

In this post, we briefly present, how the concept of open RAN meets immediately one of the key approaches in distributed software design, mainly CI/CD. Clearly, these two domains cannot be compared directly, but as we will see, the O-RAN concept modifies significantly the whole software design process.
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